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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET South Australia v. New South Wales. THE VISITORS LEADING ON THE FIRST INNINGS. An Interesting Struggle. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET Sontii Australia v. New South. Wales. THE VISITORS LEADING ON THE FIRST INNINGS. An Interesting Struggle. It waa barely as dense a orowd as of old | that viewed the . game yesterday. It was a more orderly, less demonstrative, and less sarcastio assemblage, if you overlook a few infcerjeotions from the hillside when ono or two fieldsmen unnotod for brilliancy did some thing that was not clever. Thore were about 11,000 persons present, but the old-time Inter colonial fiery feeling was not in evidenoo, a result no doubt of the plethora of good orioket tho Sydney publio have had presented them during tho last few months, added to the faofc that South Australia was at the wickets. In the afternoon, afc all events, the crioket was not heart-stirring — the fielding was not fault less, and the batting, though good, was not brilliant. The usual array of bigwigs adorned the members' enclosure, from the Premier down to the most unassuming habituS of fche Macquarie streofc...
THE LANDS DEPARTMENT. The Temporary Staff Difficulty AND THE MINISTER'S ACTION, The Other Side of the Question. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
THE LANDS DEPARTMENT. Tlie Temporary Staff Difficulty AND THE MINISTER'S ACTION. The Other Side of the Question. WHAT THE PROPOSAL REALLY MEANS. The difficulty of dealing effectually and justly with the temporary staffs attached to tho Lands Office has been fully recog nised for years past, both iu the Depart mnTvh. in PfLrliamont. and elsewhere. Various attempts have been made to cope with it, and though it would appear from an aooount Jin the daily Press that Mr. J. H. Carru'thera had solved the problem in a satisfactory and equitable manner, the reverse is tho case. The Minister has acted on the advice of a board appointed for the purpose, and which recommended that 156 out of 200J men on the temporary staff bo placed on the permanent staff. They include 84 draftsmen and assistant surveyors, 61 clerks, and 11 lithographic printers. The remainder, | 66 in number, ifc was suggested, should form what is tormed tho emergenoy staff. The 66 are made up as follows : — Draftsmen, 15 ; su...
SOCIAL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
W 0s ^ Ijpft ^ i'/ l&fMS 25 — Walton's Popular Weekly Assembly, Surrey ville.' 26th— Pringle and Miller's Weekly Assemblies, Leigh House. A most successful entertainment was given under the auRpioes of the Blackheath Improve ment Association at the publio hall, Blaok- j heath, on Saturday evening last, the principal features of whioh were the items rendered by members of tho Sydney Liedertafel _ and Mossrs. Harry and Fred Leston. The audience j was large and appreciative, und the efforts of the Association in the introduction of enter tainments of suoh a superior character were favorably commented upon by the numerous visitors to that favorite health resort present upon the occasion. The proceeds are to be devoted to local improvements. St. Mary's Cathedral on Wednesday after noon was the scene of the marriage of Miss &nbsp; Elizabeth (Bessie) Malumby, eldest daughter of the late John Malumby, of William-street, and Alfred Ernest Hickey, eldest son of Mr. W. J. Hicke...
PADDINGTON v. CENTRAL CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895
PADDINGTON v. CENTRAL CUMBER LAND. The Paddineton team winning the toss, went in on a perfect wicket at the Sydnoy Cricket Ground. The batting, however, was patchy, and the innings realised only 139 rins, duo to the Yery effective bowling of Wilson, who took five for 39, and generally good fielding, especially that of Loveridcre at the wickets, who caught three and stumped one. A. Noble played a very good innings for 4-, and Sweetnam also shaped well for his 26. Macnamara compiled SO when runs were needed, and Banner man made 15. Besides Wilson, Thorpe, Pye and Anthony did good service with the ball. The visitors from Parramatta knocked up 77 runs without losing a wicket, so that their chauces of vanquiahing-Paddiiniton are of the rosiest hue. J. Wilsou, as with the ball, distinguished himself with the bat, making 44 not- out very freely, many of his strokes being very clean and hard. Pye alao j shaped nicely for 31 not out. Scores ; — PADDINGTON. A. C. Bannerman, c Loveridge, b Pye...
BOROUGH COMPETITION. MARRICKVILLE v. SOUTH SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895
BOROUGH COMPETITION. MARBICKVIL.LE v. SOUTH SYDNEY. This match was commenoed at Marrickville. The locals have lost six wickets for 189, R. Weston making 52, A. French 44, E. Dibley 37 not out, J. Gleeson 3^, and F. iloore 10. G. Cope took two wickets, Thurston two, and Sippe and A. Bowde n one each. ANJNAlNUAlii!; V. UAflLl-JiiiilJUWIN. This match wus played on the Agricultural Ground yesterday. Annandale won the toss nnd seut Cnmperdown to the wickets. The latter coin piled SI (Phillips 24, Searle 19, Dawes 10, H. Gray 12). Campbell took five for zS, P. Howe two for b, and T. Thompson two for 25. At the call of time Annandale had lost two wickets for 16 (P. Howe 8 not out and G. Wells 5 not out).
GLEBE v. UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895
GLEBE v. UNIVERSITY. The 'Varsity Oval was the scene of this match. On a capital wicket the Glebe compiled 17U, Ives making 4U, Kelk 39. Poidevin 20, and A. and H. Newell IS each. Wall with five for 53 was the most successful 'Varsity bowler. The latter have loBt live wickets for y5 runs, Dr. Vallaok having made o9 not out iu good style. Harris also made ZJ, Crawley IU, and Shortlaud 10. A, Newell bagged three wiokots for the Glebe. Scores GLEBE — First Innings. T. Duggan, c Colreavy, b Wall... ... 0 A. Bizokle, lbw, b Wall ? 8 A. Newell, c Crawley, b Wall ? 13 L. Poidevin, c Terry, b Harris ? 26 T. Cobcroft, o M'Taggart, b Wall ... 4 J. Ives, c Vallack, b Barbour ... ... 40 W. Kolk, c Crawley, b Barbour .„ ... 89 H. Newell, not out ? 13 J. Sullivan, run out ? ? ... 8 Ellis, run out ? ? ? 0 W. Moore, b Wall ... ' m ? 6 Sundries ? ... ? 14 Total -- ? 170' Wall took five widkets for 43, Barbour two wickets for 39, HarrU one wioket for 19, Colreary no wickets for 28. Crawley no wiokets...
PURE BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895
PURE BUTTER. As almost everybody eata butter two or three times a day it is a nsntter of the first importance to housewives anj3. restaurant pro prietors to see that tho butter placed upon their table is of good qualitjy. How often is one's breakfast, lunch or dinner spoiled, in fact rendered distasteful, be oause the butter is, if not exactly rancid, of p oor quality, sour flavor, and frequently, inhot vieather.more like semi-oongealed oil than any th£ ng else. In their advertisement on our front , page, tho Fresh Food and Ice Co. ask housewiives a pertinent question on this subjeot. Th-' ' Golden Star,'' a brand of butter guaranteed !by the company, is claimed to have received tlie. highest honors wherever exhibited, and to huve commanded in the London market a higher) price than any other of Colonial manufacture. Every pound is stamped with the company's registered brand, ' Golden Star.' ,
A DISTRESSING CASE. Who Will Lena a Helping Hand? [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895
A DISTRESSLN0, CASE. Who 'Will Lend a Hipping Hand? We learn that the widow of CUptain Lancaster, of the schooner Ocean, an H well known in Sydney, is in great distress (owing to nothing having been heard of her husband's vessel, which is supposed to have be pn lost in a hurri cane at Fiji over a month jago. The Ocean went adrift when off Koro. She was proceed ing to Taviuni with a mat it for the cutter Alarm, and the captain, Mr. Jt Williams, went ashore to buy some food, leavi ng on board Cap tain Lancaster, of the Alar m, and about a dozen native crew. While ashore the wind rose so high that oommuni bation with the vessel was rendered impossib le. Captain Lan caster was Been from the sliore to cut the .maBtsaway, but shortly afterwards the chains parted, and the schooner was blown out to sea. Captain Lancaster was an olid seafaring man in the group, and was muoh esteemed both for his skill and also for his good! ^nature. He was running to Fiji in the barqnle Meteor as far back as...
WOMEN'S VIEWS. Sir George and Merry England-Saints as Husbands-Madmen at Large. Men's New Evening Dress. WHEN SIR GEORGE REVISITS ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895
WOMEN'S VIEWS. Sir George and Hferry England — Saints as Husbands — 31 admen at Large. Men's iNeir livening Dress. WHEN STR GEORGE REVISITS ENGLAND. Apropos of all the talk about Sir George Dibbs' prospects for the AgentGeneral ship, the reception the ex-Premier would receive from ' society ' upon re-entering that country of many religions and few sauces is always coming like a ghastly spectre before my mind. I have immense respect for our political giant, / and a genuine admiration for the members of his charming family I am acquainted with, so I wish to raise a warning voice before it is too late. Tbafc Sir George conquered London there can be no doubt, and that he believes in his guileless heart he could conquer it again and smoke cigars with ' Wales,' and exchange confidences with 'Victoria, I am equally certain. It's just his way, but it isn't the way of English society, and that makes all the difference. If Sir Henry Parkes wanted to have his revenge, he couldn't do it more be...
THE TRAIGHT TIP "Every Bullet has Its Billet." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895
[?] /f ' Every Ba llet has its Billet,' . fe ! Don't get above your business— it may do the Bame by you. Many a man is living an honest life who wouldn't if the gaol were further off. A great deal of light is frequently cast on a man s character oy naving mm shadowed. Man combines the traits of all the other animals, and is often the biggest brute in the whole lot. Don't think that just because a man has done you a favor he is under everlasting obligations to you. Many a man would carry a burden con tentedly if officious persons did. not tell him it was too heavy. Never put any confidence in the answers of a man who is afraid to say ' I don't know' occasionally. One of the datnpers of ambition is the fact that the mantle of greatness has to be ?worn as a shroud too often.
THE LAW COURTS. Monday, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895
THE LAW COURTS. Monday, Maech 4. Chamber List. — Smart v Stuart, Reid y Hoffnung and another. Term List. — Divorce appeal, Henry v Henry. Motion on notice : Ingram v Wads worth, to set aside order. New trial motions : Robertson v Municipal Counoil of Sydney, Dawson v Pyne. In Equity (Before His Honor the Chief Judte). — Commissioner for Railways and claim of H. King. Petition for delivery out of deeds at 10.30 a.m. In Bankruptcy (Before the Judge.) — In re John Black, the official assignee v James Black and others, motion for further direc tions; in re John Black, tho official assignee v Clementina M'Gowen, motion for further directions; in re William M' William, ex parte J. F. Armstrong and others, application to set aside bankruptcy notice ; in re Chu Dook Nom Chong, the official assignee v Meyer Voss, motion under section 130. Tuesday, Maroh 5. — At 11 : In re Robert Haworth, Eady and John James St. Clair, the official assignee v Hunter Macpherson, motion under section 130. (Befo...
THE NORTH SHORE MYSTERY BY HERB FLETCH. CHAPTER" IX (Continued).-THE GLAMOR OF THE GOLDEN BAR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895
The North Shore Mystery BJ HJEE.B: FLETCH. (foe the 'Sunday' times.') CHAPTER' JX (Cohtinued).— THE GLAMOR OF THE GOLDEN BAR. They had had tea at their coffee palace —Huey and Alec. ' Huey said he would go upstairs and read. Alec said he would stroll down to Paddy's Market. But no sooner had Alec gene out than Huey put down his paper, went out in the ?treet, and made a straight line for the Golden Bar. He turned the corner and ?was about to enter, when he came nearly full butt on Alec. There was no explanation. They knew they had lied to each other, and they felt not ashamed of themselves, but sore that the other should know. They entered to gether and drank together, and played dominoes to pass the time, while they watched each other and Bertha behind the bar, and she smiled on both of them when they came for drinks, with a uniform sweetness. And the lads drank love and hate as they sat together, and though they spoke in the usual friendly tone, they knew the old friendliness and m...
TO-DAY'S MEMORANDA. THE WEATHER. SYNOPSIS OP WEATHER TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895
TO-DAY'S MEMORANDA. THE WEATHER. SYNOPSIS OF WEATHEE TELEGRAMS. I Victoria and Straits. — Cloudy to dull on the coast ; clear and warm inland. Tasmania. — Raining at Southport ; olear to overcast at other stations. 'VT ? O ? L l. TXT _ t . _ r\ I ? A- J — ? AT. _ XT WW CUUbU Tt ttlBb. ? V^IUUUJT OU UU11 UU l/JUtt south coast, elsewhere fine, clear and warm generally. Queensland. — Excepting some scattered clouds on the coast, generally fine and hot. New Zealand. — Showery in the N., dull in central parts, fine in the south. FOBECAST. Observatory, 9 p.m. New South Wales. — During Sunday and Monday light winds, chiefly southerly, . with tendency to veer to S.E. on central doast, . with showers and thunderstorms probable in the extreme northern parts of tho colony.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895
FREE INEORMATION. rOR READERS OF THE 'SUNDAY TIMES.' We desire it to be understood that, while we endeavor to get thoroughly accurate advice for our readers, we in no way hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed. i INFORMATION COUPON. 5°.h3 Sunday Times. no.46. This mnst he cut ont nnd forwarded with any question. FKEK LtGAL ADVICE. The following are the replies for the week : — Ashfield: 1. 'V o=. 2. No. Justice (51oree): No, unless you lent it on his security. P.A.S. : No, you must perform the conditions of the lease, or be sued for the breach. J.B. (Waterloo) : The landlord can Bue the tenant, but I am very doubtful as to his success. Constant Rxadkp. (Waverley): No; ns the land lord evidently allowed him to place it there. Y7.N. : Yes, as many times as you like. 2. If yon enter mfco a coutruct with the minister you must pay tho fee agreed upon. Enquirer: I. The letter will be delivered in Tasmania. 2. The permission of the Attorney General must be obtained. J.H. (St...
A WOOLLAHRA WIZARD. THE BACTERIOLOGIST AT HOME, Bottled Diseases.GERM CULTIVATION. Snakes-Venomous and Otherwise. MILKING A SNAKE. How to Hold a Tiger Snake. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895
A WOOLLAHM WIZARD. ? «, ? THE BACTERIOLOGIST AT HOME, Bottled Diseases. GERM CULTIVATION. Snakes— Venomous and Otherwise. MILKING A SNAKE. How to Hold a Tiger Snake. (BY A ' SUNDAY TIMES ' SPECIAL.) Time was when men who meddled with elements, and furnaces, and crucibles, and strange substances, and spent their days and nights in separating and weighing particles of matter, and distilling the essences of animal and vegetable life, were mostly called alchemists. Their chief obiect was to DISCOVER THE PHILOSOPHER'S STONE in order to transmute by its moans the baser metals iuto gold, and although there is no authentic record of their having sucoeeded to auy appreciable extent in this particular pursuit, thev were, doubtless, worthy pioneers of that army of scientific investigators who, in our own times, are ' the heirn of all the ages in the foremost files of time.' Although the aims and the methods of modern scientific investigators are somewhat different, thoy are in no dagreo less i...
FRENCHS'. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895
FRENCHS'. Our Sterling Silver watches for a few shil lings eaoh are unequalled. See them in our *indow, all going to time. Also Gold Watches, heavy gold oases, .£1 and .£1 10s each. A *fitten guarantee given with every watoh. Watobea thoroughly cleaned, guaranteed twelvH months, 2s 6d. Best mainspring, 2s 6d. j Jrauclig' New Shop, 632 George-street, Brick field Hill (few doors below Lawler's).0